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static stretching
stationary
ballistic stretching
bouncing
perceptual speed
amount of time required for stimulus to be recognized by brain
reaction speed
amount of time before the body and muscles respond to stimulus
explosiveness
type of speed a shot-putter may need; involves rate of muscular contraction (quickness/acceleration)
speed of movement
how often a movement can be repeated, e.g. stride count
eccentric contraction
the stretch reflex of a landing/yielding contraction, lengthens quadraseps
concentric contraction
the contraction at take-off, shortens quadraseps
circuit training
strength exercises are combined with endurance/aerobic exercises giving you all benefits of strength and cardiovascular workout
pulse
number of times heart beats per minute
stroke volume
the amount of blood pumped per heartbeat
coordination
ability to perform with smooth, balanced, and fluid movements
endomorph
body build that has a high percent of adipose tissue
adipose
fat
cardiovascular
pertaining to heart and/or blood vessels. cardio: heart, vascular: blood vessels
PNF
proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
stretching in pairs with one partner applying assistance and resistance alternately
power
strength x speed
stamina
endurance
local muscle endurance
ability of muscle or group of muscles to sustain action over a long period of time e.g. doing push-ups over 60 sec
speed
how fast one can move
aerobic
with sufficient oxygen
anaerobic
with insufficient oxygen
plyometrics
exercise method designed to improve strength
fartlek
variations in speed
paarlauf
running in twos
morphology
shape/form/structure of body
ectomorph
tall and skinny
body build
morphology of body
neural
pertaining to nervous system
agility
ability of body to perform under varying states and maintain balance
anthropometric
measure of size and proportions of human body
somatotyping
study of classification of body builds
anthropo-
humans/mankind
genetic
pertaining to or produced by genes
lactic acid
waste product from anaerobic exercise
reflex
involuntary response to stimulus
hydrostatic
underwater
cardio-
heart
neuro-
nervous system
hydro-
water
body composition
makeup of total body mass i.e. lean body weight plus fat body weight
mesomorph
muscular, short, and stocky
flexibility
capability of being bent/shaped
strength
bodily or muscular power
superset
when there are two exercises working on opposite parts of the body
iso
same
repetition
one complete lift; involves eccentric contraction followed by concentric
set
group of repetitions
concentric contraction
shortening
eccentric contraction
lengtheninc
isometric contraction
remains the same length
free weights
non-machine weights: includes barbells, dumbbells, and plates
barbell
normally call it bar; it is a bar
dumbbell
handheld weight
plates
go on the end of the bars
trees
things used for plate storage
collars
hold the plates on the bars
universal gym
multiple exercise station
prop
people standing on either side of hooker
hooker
person supported by props in scrum. only they get to kick ball backwards.
lock
people who's job is to get ball to #8 or scrum half
scrum half
person who puts ball in scrum and initiates attack
scrum
rugby play where opposing teams line up in formation and push against each other. used as result of infringement of rules or in normal course of play.
ruck
loose scrum
maul
stand up tackle
try
rugby method to score points
knock-on
forward fumble
initiate
to start play
infringement
violation of rules
knattleikr
Old Norse game similar to lax
crosier
pastoral staff of bishop
dominant
hand you use to grip top of stick
perpetuate
cause to continue/prevail
algonquin
Indians that lived in Quebec
ensure
to secure/guarantee
baggataway
North American Indians version of lax
cradling
vertical swinging motion of stick which fits running action of player
crease
goalkeeper's area
attire
clothes/apparel
substantiate
to give body/strength to